Sault Ste Marie Area Public Schools, A Great Place to Learn


  • Lincoln Elementary Physical Education


  • Mr. Brood 

Course or Grade

  • Elementary PE - Lincoln Elementary

Communication Plan

Delivery Plan

Plan for Submitting Work and Feedback

  • Keep a log of what activities you do each day and for how long.  You can track your progress and see how much you improve.  There is no need to turn this log in, but you can use it to develop healthy habits for you and your family.

Additional Supports and Extra Help

  • The following information is from one of the leading PE instructors in the country.


    A Message from Dr. Robert Pangrazi

    I wanted to share a few guidelines as well as some activities for you to pass along to parents as they navigate in-home learning over the next several weeks:

    1. Success is a great motivator. Regardless of the activity, start with activities your youngster can perform.

    2. Novelty also motivates children. Change activities often and use different pieces of equipment.

    3. Do activity in short spurts. Children quickly become fatigued and bored. Stop before both you (parents) and your child become frustrated.

    4. Reinforce effort and trying. Pushing for a successful performance will result in frustration. If a youngster fails at an activity several times, move to a different activity and come back to it later.

    5. Perform activities outdoors when the weather allows. Aerobic activity is best suited to outdoor areas.

    6. As a parent, be positive and share the enjoyment of watching or taking part in your child’s play. Children learn through movement and the social interactions related to movement.

Last Modified on April 17, 2020